Riverside gardens surrounding the only remaining workable water powered grain mill in Clydesdale. Diverse plant habitats from saturated to bone dry allow a vast range of trees and shrubs, both ornamental and fruit, with a vegetable garden. Herbaceous perennials, annuals and biennials with ornamental/wildlife pond complementing the landscape. Also, archaeological remains of medieval grain mills from circa 1200 and foundry, lint mill and threshing mill activity within the curtilage of the category B listed building.
Just off the A73 Lanark to Biggar road ½ mile east of the Hyndford Bridge.
By arrangement 1 January - 31 December
£5.00, children over 12 £2.00
Donation to SG Beneficiaries
Admission includes entry to the mill which will be turning, river levels permitting.
Chris, Ken and Gemma Fawell
Hyndford Bridge, Lanark
Call 01555 665880